Natural Health Partners
Working Together Toward Health
American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

California Naturopathic Doctors Association

Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians


American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine


American Academy of Environmental Medicine

 International & American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists 

Communication means listening to what you are saying.  You know your own body better than anybody .
else.  Communication also means spending the time to answer any questions needed to make the treatment plan clear

What We Do

Although we do handle some issues that are treated at a general practitioners' office (like diabetes, high blood pressure, etc.), we specialize in those issues that transcend specific fields or specialities.  

We frequently treat those individuals who have found no answers with conventional approaches--individuals who have found no help with their digestive problem, autoimmune disease, fatigue, painful conditions with no known cause, or problems related to general hormonal or environmental issues.  

The "Basic Treatment Protocol" is the foundation to health.  It includes MUST DO's that are each "stand-alone" principles (like diet, sleep, etc).  It is also a basis for the specific customized treatment plans that are tailor-made for each patient and are designed to address specific health issues.  In other words, additional exercises, nutrients, dietary changes, stress-reduction techniques, medications, etc. are added when needed to address your specific circumstances.

A wide variety of additional treatment modalities (or techniques) are used as needed.  In addition to normal normal naturopathc modalities, they include things like laser therapy, prolotherapy, IV therapy, and more -- see the Meet Us page.

For clarity, the following three general categories are used to present a number of conditions we treat.  Keep in mind that no specific condition totally fits into any single category and, in actuality, all three general groupings play a part in most situations encountered.  For example, an autoimmune condition, while mostly viewed as an "immune" issue, can certainly affect specific hormone production via cell destruction, and very commonly is sparked by an environmental trigger.

"Immune Issues" include Cancer Support, Autoimmune Challenges, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, & Lyme Disease.

"Hormonal Issues"
include Thyroid Dysfunction, Adrenal Fatigue, Diabetes, as well as the Sex Hormones & Artful Aging.

"Environmental Issues" include Environmental Medicine, General Detoxification, and Heavy Metal Detoxification.